Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, September 7.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, September 7.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Wolff admits engine reliability concerns
"Question marks" remain about engine failures that occurred at Spa last weekend, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits. Read more.
Juan Manuel Correa in coma after Hubert fatal crash
Correa is in a critical but stable condition after being diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Read more.
Dutch GP preparations on track - Lammers
Work is about to begin to get the Zandvoort circuit ready for the 2020 Dutch GP. Read more.
Alonso admits 2021 return possible
Fernando Alonso has flagged the possibility of a return to Formula 1 in 2021. Read more.
Bottas 'completely free' for 2021
Valtteri Bottas says he will be "completely free" at the end of 2020. Read more.
Kubica unsure he can keep Williams seat
Robert Kubica says his future will become clearer "sooner or later". Read more.
Honda deficit now 'minimal' - Kvyat
Daniil Kvyat says the gap between Honda and the other engine manufacturers on the grid is now "minimal". Read more.
Drivers hit back at Villeneuve over Hubert death
Three drivers have hit back at Jacques Villeneuve, following comments the 1997 world champion made in the wake of Anthoine Hubert's death. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton expecting hostile reception in Monza
The Mercedes driver is bidding for a sixth victory at the circuit. Read more.
Charles Leclerc makes it two from two in Italian Grand Prix practice
Leclerc ended both rain-interrupted sessions in Monza at the top of the leader board. Read more.
Charles Leclerc leads the way in eventful first practice at rain-hit Monza body check tags ::
The opening running at a rain-hit Monza was suspended twice after Kimi Raikkonen and Sergio Perez both crashed out. Read more.
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